Synonyms of reel in English:

reel

verb

  • 1 he reeled as the ship began to roll
    stagger, lurch, sway, rock, stumble, totter, wobble, falter
  • 2 the room reeled
    go round, go round and round, whirl, spin, revolve, swirl, twirl, turn, swim
  • Phrases

    reel something off

    she can reel off all the U.S. vice presidents in less than a minute
    recite, rattle off, list rapidly, run through, enumerate, detail, itemize

    reeling from

    we were reeling from the crisis
    shaken by, stunned by, in shock from, shocked by, taken aback by, staggered by, aghast at, upset by

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